Thursday, August 27, 2015

The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Aug. 27

The Daily Numbers: 24 million dollars, what Michael Markman and his firm BET Investments, paid for the Granite Run Mall.

2 stores that remain open at the site, Sears and Boscov’s.

15 of November to 15 of December, when demolition of the rest of the mall is likely to occur. It will be replaced by a town center style development mixing residential and retail.

1 person struck and killed by an Amtrak train in Norwood last night.

8.7 million dollars the Chester Upland School District already owes charter schools. That’s part of the reason a Delco judge nixed a new financial recovery plan, because it did not address this debt.

23 million dollar deficit for the troubled school district. That is expected to grow to $40 million by the end of the school year.

2 million dollars in state aid available to Delco municipalities affected by June’s severe summer thunderstorm that rocked the region.

10 minute storm with winds of 70 mph that wreaked havoc, especially in western Delco.

1,000 pages of documents in the Kathleen Kane probe released yesterday by the courts. They contain hundreds of porn emails that Kane alleges were routinely swapped by office members under her predecessor.

46 percent of registered voters in Pa. who believe Attorney General Kathleen Kane should resign, according to new Frannklin & Marshall poll.

54 percent of of Republicans want her to go; just 47 percent of Independents; and 40 percent of Democrats.

2 in 5 - 39 percent - in Pa. believe Gov. Tom Wolf is doing excellent or good job.

54 percent believe the Legislature is more at fault for the state budget standoff; 29 percent point finger at Wolf 66 percent believe state lawmakers should not be paid during the standoff.

2 TV station employees killed during live report yesterday morning in Virginia.

12 consecutive life terms without parole for Colorado movie theater rampge gunman James Holmes.

2 U.S. soldiers killed by an Afghan solider at a military base in western Afghanistan.

3 runs surrendered by Phils’s starter Jerad Eickhoff in 1st inning vs. Mets last night.

1 error on fly ball that proved costly in that inning.

16 straight retired by Eickhoff at one point after the 1st inning.

6 innings pitched by Eickhoff, 4 runs and 6 strikeouts in his 2nd start for Phils.

42, age of Bartolo Colon, who got the win for the Mets.

8 straight wins for Mets over Phils.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

The only thing worse than a losing streak is losing to the Mets.

I Don’t Get It: No, we don’t have issues in this country with gun violence and mental health. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the staff at WDBJ in Virginia, who were tasked with working under the worst imaginable conditions yesterday after two of their co-workers were gunned down during a live report.

Quote Box: “The ruling ensures that Chester’s children will be able to return to their classrooms, next month, at the same time that the rest of the students across the Comonwealth will.”

- Vahan Gureghian, head of Chester Community Charter School, after judge’s ruling rejecting state plan to cut reimbursements to charter schools.

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